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67th Makerere University Graduation

27 February 2017
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The Makerere University 67th graduation ceremony took place between the 21st and 24th February 2017 and had a total of Fourteen thousand four hundred and ninety-seven (14,897) graduates. Of these, 46% were female, 54% were male graduates, and a total of Two hundred and sixty-one (261) were awarded First class degrees.

The College of Computing and Information Sciences (CoCIS) presented its students for graduation on 22nd Feb 2017 totaling One thousand three hundred and sixty-eight (1,368), of which two (2) were PhD’s.  The College also had the best performing student in the Science based disciplines, Mr. Rogers Mukalele. He scored a CGPA (Cumulative Grade Point Average) of 4.91 and received a First Class Honours Degree in Bachelor of Information Technology.  In addition to the degree he also received a plaque, UGX. 1,000,000/=, and souvenirs from the Makerere University Convocation.

During his speech, the Vice Chancellor, Prof. Sentamu Ddumba highlighted some of the College’s achievements over the past year. He noted that the College of Computing and Information Sciences, through the work of the Artificial Intelligence Researchers, continues to innovate mobile applications in various areas. The College has also participated in the design and prototyping of an Automatic Weather Station (AWS), as well as installation of the second generation Automatic Weather Stations in South Sudan, Tanzania and Uganda, under a project on Weather Information Management in East Africa. The project seeks to advance all aspects of meteorology in the East African region. The College also produced a book authored by Professor Maria. N. Musoke titled “Informed and Healthy: Theoretical and Applied Perspectives on the Value of Information to Health Care.” The book focuses on the value attributed to information by users and its effect on health care.

In conclusion, he congratulated the graduates, members of staff as well as children, spouses and relatives of staff graduating on that day, and thanked parents and guardians of the graduates for being a part of this journey.

 

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